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Naschmarkt

The Naschmarkt is Vienna’s liveliest market, selling all types of market goods as well as delicatessen food. The Saturday flea market is particularly popular. Nearby, at Kettenbruckengasse , is the simple apartment where the composer Franz Schubert died in 1828. It displays facsimiles, prints and a piano. Overlooking Naschmarkt, at Linke Wienzeile Nos. 38 and 40, are two remarkable apartment blocks. Designed by Otto Wagner in 1899 and known as the Wagner Apartments, they represent the peak of Jugendstil style. 8 has sparkling gilt ornament, mostly by Kolo Moser. 0 is known as Majolikahaus, after the glazed pottery used to weather-proof the walls. Its fa?ade has subtle flower patterns in pink, blue and green, and even the sills are moulded and decorated.

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